Renaissance Drama 28: New Series XXVIII
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BeschreibungA special issue entitled "The Space of the Stage, " Volume XXVIII of Renaissance Drama includes essays that explore the centrality of notions of "space" to early modern theatrical literature and practice. In these new and methodologically diverse essays, the idea of "the space of the stage" provides a set of new critical frames and horizons in which to see anew questions ranging from staging to versification, from the global market to the female body, from the "heath" in Lear to the colonial enterprise, from the Renaissance humanist stage in print to the Globe rebuilt in twentieth-century Chicago."The Space of the Stage" features the following essays: "Space, Measurement, and Stalking Tamburlaine" by Garrett A. Sullivan (Pennsylvania State University), "Putting Tamburlaine on a (Cognitive) Map" by Crystal Bartolovich (Syracuse University), " '(W)rapping togas over Elizabethan garb': Tabloid Shakespeare at the 1934 Chicago World's Fair" by Rosemary Kegl (University of Rochester), " 'Material Flames': Romance, Empire, and Mercantile Fantasy in John Fletcher's The Island Princess" by Michael Neill (University of Auckland), "'My Body Bestow upon My Women': The Space of the Feminine in The Duchess of Malfi" by Judith Haber (Tufts University), "King Lear Without: The Heath" by Henry Turner (Columbia University), "The Idea of Theater: Humanist Ideology and the Imaginary Stage in Early Modern Europe" by William West (Stanford University), and "Gynocentric London Spaces: (Re)Locating Masterless Women in Early Stuart Drama" by Fiona McNeill (Columbia University).
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR
Erscheinungsdatum: September 1999
Seitenanzahl: 172 Seiten